Vanessa Juloux

Anthropologist, philosopher, digital humanist

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References

Publications1

Juloux, V., 2016, “Prolégomènes à l’étude des relations de pouvoir entre les entités animées dans KTU 1.1-6 : cadre relationnel de ʿAnatu et Baʿlu”, Res Antiquae, 13, Bruxelles.
— 2017, “Herméneutique de l’action pour l’étude des relations entre les entités animées et leur agency au Proche-Orient ancien : Hypatia et alii”, in the 61e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Genève: Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis (OBO) (in press).

Talks with published proceeding

Juloux, V., 2017, “For modeling power relationships between animated entities in ancient literature: framework of deontic power”, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), San Antonio, November 20 2016 (forthcoming 2017).
— 2017, “Enhancing Collaboration between Digital Assyriology Projects through Open Access Practices” Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) international conference, Atlanta, March 14-16 2017 [Co-authored Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller and Emilie Pagé-Perron].
— 2017, “A statistical experimental approach for studying relationships between animated entities in the Baʿlu Cycle of ʾIlimilku”, American Oriental Society (AOS), Los Angeles, March 2017 (forthcoming 2017).
— 2018, “Is the violence of ʿAnatu a criterion of sovereign power? Using combined anthropological and philosophical approaches to study power and agency in the Cycle of Baʿlu”, Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), San Antonio, November, 2017 (to be published in 2018).

Talks and public lectures

“La légitimité de ʿAnatu biaisée par la tradition ?”, doctoral workshop of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), Paris, April 7 2014.
“Entités féminines dans le corpus de ʾIlimilku : agency féminine, sexe social et rapports de pouvoir. Un exemple de méthodologie avec le Cycle de Baʿlu”, La Mission franco-syrienne de Ras Shamra Ougarit, in collaboration with Paris IV, INHA, Paris, July 2 2014.
“Inventory of lexemes of action verbs, a new methodology for gender studies research. An example with ʿAnatu of Ugarit”, The Academy of Finland’s Centre of Excellence, Helsinki, October 27 2014.
“L’apport des gender studies pour l’analyse du corpus de ʾIlimilku d’Ugarit”, Assyriological department of Ghent and Lille 3 Universities, Ghent, November 27 2014.
“New data mining approach to analyze male or female agency : inventory of action verbs”, Archaeology (CAA) international conference, Sienna, March 31 2015.
“Hypatia, une alliance entre TEI et MySQL pour un inventaire qualitatif des lexèmes”, TEI annual conference, Lyon, October 2015.
“Guidelines for collective e.work to study relationships between male and female entities”. An example with qualitative and quantitive results of IDL web application, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Atlanta, November 2015.
“La rencontre des SVT et SHS”, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE) workshop, Paris 2015 [co-authored Daniel Stockholm].
“Philosophy of action and pragmatic approach: a concrete example with ʿAnatu”, Gender studies symposium, Barcelona, February 2017.
“What about considering an author’s intentionality for revisiting a text-genre of a narrative story? A concrete example with the Cycle of Ba‘lu and ‘Anatu”, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Boston, November 2017 (under review).
“The clan of ‘Anatu and Ba‘lu in KTU 1.1-6: an Amorite framework”, Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), Boston, November, 2017 (under review).
“Pragmatics, philosophy of action and intersubjective phenomenon for investigating violence in context”, Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), Boston, November, 2017 (under review).

Workshops

“Les humanités numériques sont-elles accessibles à tous ?”, THATCamp, INHA, Paris 9-11 2015.
“Plateforme collaborative d’e.philologie (notices et ontologie)”, THATCamp, INHA, Paris 9-11 2015.

Chair

Encoding data for digital collaboration, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), San Antonio, November 17 2016 [Co-chair Amy Gansell].
Corpus of analysis in the research on ancient Eastern Mediterranean and Western Asia: encoding, information collection. Digital collaboration, and investigating strategies, Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) international conference, Atlanta, March 14-16 2017 [Co-chair Alessandro Di Ludivico].
Encoding data and digital anthropology, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Boston, November 15-18 2017 [Co-chair Amy Gansell].
Anthropology and hermeneutics of violence in texts and images, American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Boston, November 15-18 2017 [Co-chair Leann Pace].

Posters

Hypatia: a collaborative platform of “open science data” for studying relationships between (animated) entities and their agency: inventory of lexemes and bibliographical notices of inflectional morphemes (2015).
New Digital Approach of Reading Texts: The Inventory of Verbs, Occurrences, Semantic Comparisons and Statistics (2016).
Preliminaries to a Hermeneutics of the Action: Statistical Methodology (ASOR, 2016)

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